The folks over at Google should be pretty happy to hear the latest stats from market tracker NPD. According to them, about a third of all smartphones sold in the US between April and June this year were Android-powered devices, most of them Motorola Droids (which should make Verizon happy). Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, also claims that a good 200,000 Android phones are sold every day, which just further confirms that Android devices are here to stay for quite some time. Let’s see if Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system will be able to crash Google’s party.
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